The 2010s finished as they started, with IPv4 exhaustion still a hot topic within the Internet community.
Staying out of news headlines should be motivation enough to secure Internet routing. So why do we continue to hear about Internet routing leaks and hijacks?
Changes to the IPv4 transfer process allow Members to receive resources more efficiently.
Historical delegation and transfer information from the Korea Network Information Center (KRNIC) has now been incorporated into APNIC’s address registry.
The APNIC Executive Council has endorsed the three proposals reaching consensus at the APNIC 44 Open Policy Meeting in Taichung, Taiwan.
IPv4 transfers in Australia and throughout the Asia Pacific are increasing as demand for the limited resource grows.
I am very pleased to share that new web pages covering ‘IP and AS number Transfers’ are now available.
A quick guide to IPv4 transfer within the APNIC region
I recently attended the Vietnam Network Information Centre’s (VNNIC) Open Member Meeting (OMM), which was held in Hanoi, and simulcast remotely to Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City.